|Annual Tuition (2016-17)|
|Room and board average (undergrad)||
Nearly three-quarters [70%] of the undergraduate student body receive some form of financial aid, which in the academic year 2014–15 totaled more than $224 million from all sources—scholarships, athletic grants-in- aid, loans, campus work, and ROTC awards.
Eighty-nine percent of the graduate students received graduate and research assistantships, fellowships, scholarships, loans, and grants-in-aid totaling more than $178 million in 2014–15.
Notre Dame’s operating budget for fiscal year 2016–17 is just over $1.6 billion, and the market value of its endowment is in excess of $10 billion. Two major sources of revenue accounting for a combined 59 percent of the total are student tuition and fees, and auxiliary enterprises (including residence halls, dining facilities, athletics, and the bookstore). A third source of revenue is generated by the University’s endowment pool.
The University has had a successful development program since it established a formal fundraising office in 1947.
In 2015-16, the development office raised nearly $389 million in cash gifts to the University. Of this total, Notre Dame’s alumni contributed more than $213 million to their alma mater; their level of participation is among the best in American higher education. Other important sources of gift income include foundations, corporations, and non-alumni parents and friends. For information on support programs, contact Louis M. Nanni, vice president for University Relations, 405 Main Building, University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, IN 46556-5602; (574) 631-6122.